"It went really well," he said. "It was a good time on campus. It was just really good. One thing I really liked was spending time with the players. They were talking about their experience at the university. It was interesting for me to get a feel of who you'd be around."
Green, an athletic 6-foot-2, 190-pound signal caller already has several offers including one from Minnesota. He has been to the school several times before, but says it is always good to see those familiar faces.
"Other than that, it was good food and good talking to the coaches again. I spoke with Coach Kill and Coach Zebrowski."
Prior to this, Green camped at Alabama, where the Crimson Tide have not yet offered, but were impressed by what he showed.
"It went great. They said I was the top performer at camp and told I'm very good now physically and technically, but unlike a lot of top high school quarterbacks, I have a very high ceiling and still can continue to learn and grow."
East Ridge has a lot of talent coming back though, and thus, Green is ready to put college camps behind him and move on to leading his team as far as he can get them.
"That's it for the summer, now I'm just moving on and focusing on the season."